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Opening Times Changed

Posted: 09th November 2015

Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau wish to advise of a change to the office opening times. From Thursday 12th November – Thursday 3rd December 2015 our drop in session will close at 3.30pm. Telehone advice will be offered until 6.30pm. From the 10th December 2015 onwards we will be closed at 3.30pm due to staff […]

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Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice delighted to be chosen by Stowmarket golf Club

Posted: 25th March 2015

Bathed in glorious sunshine and sporting her learner driver L plates Annie Tyler started her Captain’s year by driving off from the first tee. Annie has kindly selected Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau as her chosen charity for 2015/16. She said “As the new Ladies Captain of Stowmarket Golf Club I have chosen to raise […]

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Latest newsletter from Mid Suffolk CAB

Posted: 04th March 2015

Mid Suffolk CAB’s lastest newsletter contains interesting articles and information that could help residents and workers of Mid Suffolk. MSCAB newsletter – Mar 15

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Christmas Opening Times

Posted: 16th December 2014

Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice will be open over the festive period for telephone and drop in advice, during the following times: Monday 22nd December – 9.30am – 3.30pm Tuesday 23rd December – 9.30am – 3.30pm Wednesday 24th December 9.30am – 12.30pm (Telephone advice and appointments only) Chritsmas Day – Closed Boxing day – Closed Monday 29th […]

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Jo Churchill Conservative candidate for Bury St Edmunds visits Mid Suffolk CAB

Posted: 09th December 2014

Jo Churchill, Conservative candidate for Bury St Edmunds asked to visit our Bureau today to gain a greater insight into the work we do and the issues the residents and workers of Mid Suffolk face. Jo said “I was delighted to visit the Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau and meet the wonderful, friendly and dedicated […]

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Mid Suffolk CAB provides Benefit Advice to families affected by MS

Posted: 10th November 2014

Mid Suffolk CAB provides Benefit advice to families affected by MS. Mid Suffolk CAB now has a dedicated Welfare Benefit Specialist to provide advice, guidance and support to familes affect by MS. Our Specialist, Steve, can help complete application forms for: Employment and Support Allowance – ESA Personal Independence Payments – PIP (replacement for Disability Living […]

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Mid Suffolk CAB AGM

Posted: 20th October 2014

Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau held their Annual General Meeting in Stowmarket. At the meeting Carol Eagles, Bureau Manager was joined by Chairman of Mid Suffolk District Council, Roy Barker, Stowmarket Town Mayor Gerard Brewster, Needham Market Mayor Stephen Phillips and Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner in cutting a celebratory cake to mark the 75th anniversary of […]

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Lloyds Community Fund

We need your vote! Lloyds Community Fund

Posted: 12th August 2014

Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau have been shortlisted to receive a Lloyds Community Fund worth up to £3000. This fund will enable us to continue to provide our advice service to the residents and workers of Mid Suffolk and ensure that we are able to help those who are unable to travel to our bureau […]

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Free Benefit & Money Talk

Posted: 06th August 2014

We are holding a free talk on benefits & money, everyone is welcome. Come and see us on Wednesday 7th October 2014 between 7pm – 8.30pm at Red Gables, Ipswich Street, Stowmarket.

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Former Mid Suffolk Chairman donates money to two “of the best charities in the county”

Posted: 12th May 2014

Mid Suffolk District Councillor Lesley Mayes celebrated the achievements of two years of fundraising during her time as the Councils’ Chairman by presenting cheques to the value of £1510 each to the Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

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